Nikon Wednesday 2017: #7

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Matt Laur, Feb 15, 2017.

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    A special Nikon Wednesday thanks to all of those who've been willing to live through what seems to be a painful work in progress getting PN into usable form on its new platform. I miss the old format, but I understand the need to whip it into 21st century shape. Still, I'm feeling nostalgic, so I'm trotting out some shots from a few years ago, when I posted a question about that old Nikon bokeh meter I found. Good times.
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    So: share some photos! Especially if you're feeling a little mischievous.
    bokemeter_no_lens.jpg bokemeter_with_nikkor_q_135mm.jpg bokemeter_with_sigma_50.jpg
     
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  2. Don't mind if I do. Since an image is worth 1,000 words I thought I demonstrate the size advantage of a lens for a mirrorless camera over its equivalent for a DSLR that arises from the shorter flange-to-sensor distance of the mirrorless allowing for the possibility to design a much smaller and lighter lens. Quite obvious that the lens designer didn't make use of that possibility here. The choice of white/beige paint for the Sony lens doesn't make for an inconspicuous setup either.
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    Nikon D7100, Sigma 35/1.4 Art, f/4.5, 1/50s, ISO 2500
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    Sony's 70-200/4 is 80 mm x 175 mm and weighs 840g; filter is 72mm. Nikon's 70-200/4 is 79mm x 178 mm and weighs 850g; filter is 67mm.
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    Now I am wondering which of the two would give the better reading on the Bokemeter?
     
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  3. Granddaughter Iris. She was watching TV and I just had to get a shot. D7100, 18-105 @ 105 20170211_1474b.jpg
     
  4. Excellent, both an excuse for an old image AND for a Sigma lens. From 10 years ago, D200 with Sigma 10-20. JFF_4381.JPG
     
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  5. I'm surprised the Semolinium cell in that old meter is still working Matt.
     
  6. Aaaaargh! Three posts again! Why?
     
  7. Dome at Texas State Capitol... Nikon Wed 2-15-2017.jpg ...Austin, Texas. Used a Nikon D750
     
  8. Evidence of otters having fun: Slides and tracks a few days ago in Acadia Nat Park.

    DSC_7257 Z EB shadows and otter tracks WEB.jpg
     
  9. Weird. I was trying to work out why some, but not all, of the images had turned into thumbnails. Turns out I'd been logged out (despite just posting). When I logged back in, the images were back to full size. Just thought I'd mention the curio I'll be back with actual photos later.<br />
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    Ooh - but now I'm me again!
     
  10. Cypress sky, Everglades-Solarization effect

    Cypress sky.jpg
     
  11. _DSC5894.jpg The temperature was 64 the day before this snow last week. _DSC5894.jpg
    D600 70-200 f4 VR
     
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  12. _DSC5837.jpg Who needs the slopes when you can use the stairs. _DSC5837.jpg
    D600 70-200 f4 VR
     
  13. Snow Bridge _DSC5771.jpg
    D600 70-200 f4 VR
     
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  14. A muddy pair of 7 month old puppies playing at the dog park.

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    Nikon D500
     
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  15. CSC_0258.jpg The sun came out and temperature rose to almost fifty, this week. I took a walk in the dunes along Lake Michigan and came home with this photo in late afternoon light.
     
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  16. DSC_9242.jpg Took a couple of sunrise shots of a lake under which is Cosumnes River is located. Normally this is cornfields. D7100 17-50 Tamron
     
  17. Second shot shows some type of animal trying to escape from the sun.
    D7100 w/70-200 VRII Sunrise Lion at CRP.jpg
     
  18. Still having trouble figuring things out
     

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